Night Manager (Former Employee) – Damascus – June 10, 2018
The time was 19:00 pm to 12:00 pm and we had a dinner break from 12 am to 2 pm between the workshops and then back to work from 2 am to 7 am I learned to organize time, accuracy and follow-up procedures step by step, not neglecting the minute details, maintaining the comfortable atmosphere, developing love and confidence among the staff and emphasizing the spirit of the team and that there is no difference between the manager and the youngest employee of each important person in the role of the customer. I was a manager or employee and I remember a lot I was doing when I opened the door to the customers when I believed I was on a tour inside the hotel Difficulties that we were temperament are not many but we were outstanding in providing excellent service despite the difficult political situation in the country, but proved and proved unrivaled merit
Guestroom Attendant (Former Employee) – Santa Fe, NM – November 17, 2018
Fast paced working environment. Enjoyed working with my co workers they taught me alot about ensuring a clean and safe environment for the guests. Enjoyed guest interaction and assisting with making there stay more comfortable
Golf Services Attendant (Former Employee) – Hulalai Hawaii – November 9, 2018
The job could go form very relaxed and calm to very busy and hectic in a matter of minutes. If you were not able to be flexible it would be very stressful, but usually if everyone pitched in things ran smoothly.
Server in 5 star Forbes (Former Employee) – Vail, CO – November 9, 2018
Loved working here. People are wonderful. Coworkers work together to achieve success. Management is professional and encouraging. You make good money and the work environment is professional clean and motivating to work even harder.
Bell man (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 27, 2018
Great company , union makes it challenging for part time employees. Lack of hours and on being on call can be stressful. Good benefits, workers are nice, free food, and you can transfer to other properties.
Server/Bartender (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – October 22, 2018
It got me a better feel for a fine dining experience and had me make/ design drinks a lot which I loved and it was right by the ocean so that added on its own perk there, but all in all I’ve always worked customer service my whole life and I love the environment with enteracting with other customers everyday and to see there smile from your service is such a great feeling, and the management was great there they always got us excited for the day we were working.
Sales Agent (Former Employee) – London – October 9, 2018
Four Seasons at Park Lane has a really fun work environment. It's diverse and social. The salary for a reservations agent, however, is quite low, but then you have benefits like food and uniform etc. Management was poor in some department and the hotel has a typical strict 5-star hotel culture. However, if you do a good job and show that you want to do the job they will notice it and you will get rewarded for it. (which is how it should be) the downside though is that even though they promote from within, it takes a really long time before you will get promoted etc. This is something that they might want to change if they want to keep good employees. But overall, this is a great workplace!
Community Property Manager (Former Employee) – Kent, OH – October 1, 2018
Job was a great learning experience.. Again assist community of 50 and better to get approved homes,, based upon there finances. Re certified to make sure that their housing vouchers stayed current and effective. Very fast past environment that required monthly quotas. Tenants were great to work with as well as maintenance crew in which I was responsible for overseeing daily..